Red Raiders roll past Tigers

THE BELLINGHAM HERALDMarch 24, 2014 

BELLINGHAM 7, BURLINGTON-EDISON 0

Bellingham's girls' tennis team handled Burlington-Edison with ease, topping the Tigers 7-0 on Monday, March 24, at Burlington-Edison High School.

"I think the story today was in the sets that were close, the kids responded well to the score being tight," Bellingham coach Steve Chronister said in a phone interview. "Keri Brauner and Tess Owen played a really smart last game to clinch their second set."

Another player to battle back was No. 1 singles player Kira Vazorka, who dropped her first set 6-2 before rallying 6-0, 6-0 in the next two.

"Tennis is kind of funny," Chronister said. "Kira started playing better and her opponent tailed off a little and those two things can change close games. It's a lethal combination. It doesn't take much sometimes. We were very happy with her turning that around."

Bellingham faces Lynden on Wednesday, March 26, at Bellingham High School.

BELLINGHAM 7, BURLINGTON-EDISON 0

Singles: Kira Vazorka (Bellingham) def. Jaycy Cammock (BE) 2-6, 6-0, 6-0; Kara Burns (Bellingham) def. Micaela Granberg (BE) 6-2, 6-3; Mariah Miller (Bellingham) def. Eleanore Sammeth (BE) 6-0, 6-0; Ruby Parker (Bellingham) def. Olivia Nilsen (BE) 6-1, 6-0.

Doubles: Katie Welch/Ellie Iwersen (Bellingham) def. Jessica Maskell/Sydney Parkinson (BE) 6-0,7-5; Keri Brauner/Tess Owen (Bellingham) def. Laura Pickering/Julianne Doucet (BE) 6-2, 7-5; Ashley Spink/Olivia Bjorklund (Bellingham) def. Emma Eide/Abbey Atkinson (BE) 6-0,6-0.

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